Jen Angel

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'''Jen Angel''' has been a writer and media activist for over 15 years. She is the co-founder and publisher of [[Clamor]], an award-winning quarterly magazine covering radical culture and politics. In 2002, she was named as one of “30 under 30 Visionaries who are changing the world” (along with [[Clamor]] co-publisher Jason Kucsma) by ''Utne Reader''. She is a founding board member of Allied Media Projects, a non-profit independent media advocacy organization.
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'''Jen Angel''' has been a writer and media [[activist]] for over 15 years.  
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She is the co-founder and publisher of [[Clamor]], an award-winning quarterly magazine covering radical culture and politics. In 2002, she was named as one of “30 Under 30 Visionaries who are Changing the World” (along with [[Clamor]] co-publisher Jason Kucsma) by ''Utne Reader''. She is a founding board member of Allied Media Projects, a non-profit independent media advocacy organization.
Jen's publishing history includes writing her personal zine [[Fucktooth]] (1991-2000), publishing the [[Zine Yearbook]] (1996-2004), and editing [[Maximum Rock 'N' Roll]] from 1997-1998.
Jen's publishing history includes writing her personal zine [[Fucktooth]] (1991-2000), publishing the [[Zine Yearbook]] (1996-2004), and editing [[Maximum Rock 'N' Roll]] from 1997-1998.

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Jen Angel has been a writer and media activist for over 15 years.

She is the co-founder and publisher of Clamor, an award-winning quarterly magazine covering radical culture and politics. In 2002, she was named as one of “30 Under 30 Visionaries who are Changing the World” (along with Clamor co-publisher Jason Kucsma) by Utne Reader. She is a founding board member of Allied Media Projects, a non-profit independent media advocacy organization.

Jen's publishing history includes writing her personal zine Fucktooth (1991-2000), publishing the Zine Yearbook (1996-2004), and editing Maximum Rock 'N' Roll from 1997-1998.

Jen is a graduate of the Ohio State University and currently volunteers full-time for Clamor. She lives in Toledo, Ohio and cobbles together a living by booking tours and doing publicity for friends, writing grants and consulting on finance for other projects, and working miscellaneous temp jobs.

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